What are the most significant pros & cons of globalization?

This is my answer to this Question on Quora. At its best globalization should be an amalgamation of comparative advantage. Yet it has become the reduction of the human value. Globalization has been led by profit and greed rather than by trading value and exchanging advantages in manufacturing and the supply of resources. In effect … Continue reading What are the most significant pros & cons of globalization?

These are my views on the violence used by the Spanish Government on the Catalan referendum voters.

This is taken from my answer to a Question on Quora regarding Catalonia. The disgusting violent and illegal actions of both the Spanish Police and Government are a reaction to People's democracy that the People of the European Union should be very concerned about. The cowardly and self-interested reactions of the E.U and its member … Continue reading These are my views on the violence used by the Spanish Government on the Catalan referendum voters.

What is a happy day for you?

My answer to this Question on Quora A Happy Day for me is a Day that a Government somewhere in the World is made to listen to the People. We have the most arrogant, corrupt, ineffective and intellectually challenged Governments in the history of the World. They are so arrogant they believe they can ignore the … Continue reading What is a happy day for you?

Is it realistic for Dyson, the vacuum company, to be building its own electric cars?

My answer to this question on Quora. https://www.quora.com/profile/Desmond-Last I had to laugh to myself the other day (to myself as nobody in the U.K speaks to me) because I had just been watching a TV ad for one of Dyson’s Super Turbo Vacuum cleaners. I was marvelling at the level of detail and the operating parameters … Continue reading Is it realistic for Dyson, the vacuum company, to be building its own electric cars?

Post Florence, is Brexit in practice not likely to happen at all, be stalled indefinitely with a later extended transitory period to 2023, and the UK ultimately remains in the EU in all but name with a type of associate membership for the long term?

From Quora https://www.quora.com/profile/Desmond-Last The E.U has 27 Member States and would like to remain with 27 Member States. If the U.K wants all the advantages of fully-paid and involved E.U membership the U.K will have to remain in the E.U. The E.U is not going to risk the chance of more ‘Brexit(s)’ so that the E.U … Continue reading Post Florence, is Brexit in practice not likely to happen at all, be stalled indefinitely with a later extended transitory period to 2023, and the UK ultimately remains in the EU in all but name with a type of associate membership for the long term?